Accessibility of on-demand programme services

  • Start: 03 August 2016
  • Status: Closed
  • End: 25 October 2016

Statement published 6 April 2017

This document reports on Ofcom’s decisions to alter the way it collects and publishes data on the accessibility of on-demand programme services (“ODPS”) for people with hearing and/or sight impairments.

It also sets out Ofcom’s plans more generally for meeting its duties to:

a) encourage providers of ODPS to ensure their services are progressively made more accessible to people with hearing and/or sight impairments; and

b) ensure that providers of ODPS promote programmes of European origin, known as ‘European works’.

Statement: Accessibility of on-demand programme services (PDF, 489.9 KB)

Have a look at this year's report on the accessibility of on-demand programme services. You can also see the Accessibility of on-demand programme services – interactive data or the accessibility data tables (accessible version) (XLSX, 37.4 KB).


Main documents

Supporting documents

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Responses

Responder name Type
Action on Hearing Loss (PDF File, 187.9 KB) Organisation
Channel 5 (PDF File, 724.4 KB) Organisation
COBA (PDF File, 184.0 KB) Organisation
Curzon (PDF File, 14.9 KB) Organisation
K. Ghulam (PDF File, 103.6 KB) Individual
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